I hav e become a huge adult over the age of 50. I was anorexic once and hated food because I had a life threatening allergy that I couldn't deal with around food. I decided why eat food .... so If I had too I did laxatives 8 hours before the dinners, lunches, I had to eat with tohers.
i'm embarrassed to go anywhere or be seen because I've got so huge. i'm feeling that laxatives and purging are the way to go again. Not to mention more things I've learned to get rid of the things I should not eat!
my husband is quitting smoking and I said i'd loose weight. hmpf! i'm just a panty waste! I've been on forums to loose weight but i'm an all or nothing kinda person. which is getting me no where I realize but I need to do something to set myself right??
at 67 + inches and 260 lbs. when I was this height and weighed 140 grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrView Thread
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